Mali is one of the greatest African nation I'm football history. Many of their legendary players featured for top premier league clubs. However, if national teams are allowed to select players with second citizenship, the squad would definitely look more stronger than now. Premier league players like Ngolo kante, Doucoure, Traore and Sissoko have been doing well for their respective clubs this season. These premier league players are Mali second citizens. diaby and Dembele plays for Bayer Leverkusen and Lyon. While Plea play for Borussia Monchgladbach.
Nigeria is the giant of Africa for many reasons. When it comes to African football, Nigerian players are doing so well. Most first citizenship players feature for top premier league clubs. These players are Wilfred Ndidi, Alex Iwobi and Kelechi iheanacho. Some of the second citizenship players are Lookman, Tammy Abraham and Dele Alli. These players are doing well for their teams in Europe. The images above will show you more details.
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